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The Wolfram Demonstrations Project

Jeffrey M. Bryant
Organization: Wolfram Research, Inc.
URL: http://members.wri.com/jeffb/

2006 Wolfram Technology Conference
Conference location

Champaign IL

New dynamic functionality in Mathematica 6 creates a unique opportunity to showcase the wide-range of possible applications of Mathematica in nearly any area of interest. We have assembled a large collection of dynamically interactive Demonstrations based on the new function, Manipulate, and the results are presented in both an animated web format including FLASH and a downloadable notebook that can be interacted with in real-time. The goal is to provide a vast resource for educators and the public that helps demonstrate almost any topic you can imagine in a visual way. The material will be freely available to the public and strongly encourages submissions from the Mathematica community. In this talk, we will provide an overview of progress on the collection so far and explain our plans for its future growth.

*Mathematica Technology

demonstrations, FLASH, Manipulate, dynamic
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DemonstrationsTecConf.nb (441.7 KB) - Mathematica Notebook [for Mathematica 6.0]

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